|Nuclear war : a public health concern - Massachusetts. Dept. of Public Health|
Keywords: Nuclear warfare; Nuclear warfare
|The Morality Of Nuclear Warfare - Murphy, Charles J.|
Keywords: nuclear warfare
|Thermonuclear bomb (song) - Kostny Mozg|
A psytrance song from the album "Pigs"
Keywords: psytrance; nuclear warfare
|Community of fear - Brown, Harrison, 1917-1986|
Keywords: Nuclear warfare; World politics
|Boeing Air Force Hard Mobile Launcher - Boeing|
In September 29, 1988, Boeing, Loral and the Air Force rolled out the HML MTV (Hard Mobile Launcher)T. This was a nuclear missile launcher during the Cold War. The project was scrapped in 1992. This just the testing footage (unclassified).
Keywords: Cold War; Nuclear Warfare
|Are nuclear and nonnuclear war related? - Tritten, James John.|
Title from cover
Keywords: CONVENTIONAL WARFARE; NUCLEAR WARFARE; STRATEGIC ANALYSIS
|Predicted parameter uncertainties for least squares analysis of a single exponential decay with a constant background rate - Rodeback, George Wayne.|
Title from cover
Keywords: NUCLEAR WARFARE; BIOLOGICAL AGENTS; HAZARDS; CHEMICAL AGENTS
|Moral dilemma of nuclear weapons: essays from Worldview, a journal of religion and international affairs|
Keywords: Nuclear warfare--Moral and ethical aspects
|U.S. security policy toward rogue regimes : hearings before the Subcommittee on International Security, International Organizations, and Human Rights of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, first session, July 28 and September 14, 1993 - United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on International Security, International Organizations, and Human Rights|
Keywords: Terrorism; Nuclear warfare; Nuclear nonproliferation; Security, International
|The world set free: a story of mankind - Wells, H. G. (Herbert George), 1866-1946|
Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Imaginary wars and battles; Nuclear warfare
|From Hiroshima to the moon; chronicles of life in the atomic age - Lang, Daniel|
"Substantial portions were previously published in book form in Early tales of the atomic age (1948) and The man in the thick lead suit (1954)"
Keywords: Technology and civilization; Nuclear warfare; Nuclear energy; Astronautics and civilization
|The Fail-safe fallacy - Hook, Sidney, 1902-1989|
Keywords: Burdick, Eugene; Burdick, Eugene; Burdick, Eugene; Nuclear warfare; Guerre nucléaire
|Long-range planning perspectives on nuclear war at sea : naval nuclear crisis management - Kartchner, Kerry M., 1956-|
Title from cover
Keywords: CRISIS MANAGEMENT; NUCLEAR WARFARE; NAVAL PLANNING; NAVAL WARFARE
|Where Will You Hide? - Audiographic Institute|
Where Will You Hide? 1948 ----- color ----- 20 min ----- 16mm Publisher: Audiographic Institute. Part of the UW Libraries' Vintage 16mm Film Collection http://guides.lib.washington.edu/emc Summary: Bold animated drawings and a dramatic soundtrack provide background for narrators who argue that World War III is looming and, as such, world civilization is in danger. They contend that peace is our only alternative, an alternative we must all work towards...
Keywords: animation; cold war; peace; nuclear warfare; uw libraries; orphaned films
|Medical effects of the atomic bomb - California. Dept. of Public Health|
Alternative Title:: Part 1: Physics, Physical Destruction, Casualty EffectSource: 1 Reel of 1: Film: 16mmCollection: Department of Mental HygieneCall Number: 82-120Rights: Copyright status unknown. This work may be protected by the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.). In addition, its reproduction may be restricted by terms of gift or purchase agreements, donor restrictions, privacy and publicity rights, licensing and trademarks...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Nuclear warfare; Nuclear science; California. Dept. of Public Health
|Principals' reflectivity during change implementation - Bridges, Sheila Blanton|
Keywords: Nuclear warfare--Moral and ethical aspects; School principals--Southern States; Leadership; School improvement programs--Southern States
|Data analysis and modeling of Arctic sea ice subsurface roughness - Gaver, Donald P.Jacobs, P. A.|
Title from cover
Keywords: WAR GAMES--SIMULATION METHODS.NUCLEAR WARFARE--SIMULATION METHODS.STRATEGY.INTELLIGENCE SERVICE
|ERIC ED370865: An Environment for Peace Education: The Peace Museum Idea. Peace Education Miniprints, No. 48. - ERIC|
Societies all over the world have museums to commemorate war and war heroes. A world-wide growth of peace museums addresses the issue of museums to celebrate peace. These museums, grounded in the activities of nationals, have a regional base but embody a larger international quest for peace education through the visual arts. The original type of peace museum is the anti-war museum. A second type is the issue-based museum such as in Hiroshima and Nagasaki that developed as a response to atomic bo...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Educational Facilities; Global Approach; Humanitarianism; International Relations; Museums; Nuclear Warfare; Peace; Visual Arts; War
|Deterrence and survival in the nuclear age: (the "Gaither report" of 1957) … - United States: Congress|
Keywords: Deterrence (Strategy; Survival after airplane accidents, shipwrecks, etc; Nuclear warfare--Safety measures
|Nuclear Electromagnetic Pulse Protective Measures Applied To A Typical Communications Shelter - Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory (Port Hueneme, Calif.)|
Nuclear Electromagnetic Pulse Protective Measures Applied to a Typical Communications Shelter by H A Lasitter; D B Clark. "ABSTRACT A detailed study of a typical communication facility has, been made to determine the requirements for the installation of nuclear electromagnetic pulse (NEMP) protection measures. Necessary hardening measures have been determined on the basis of a single point failure analysis and the assignment of priorities to the various systems and components encountered...
Keywords: EMP; Electronic equipment; Electromagnetic and acoustic countermeasures; Nuclear warfare; Electromagnetic Pulses; Cold War
|ERIC ED360252: Thinking about Our Future: War, Society, and the Environment. A Series of Lesson Plans. - ERIC|
This packet of 11 lesson plans is designed to help high school social studies classes examine socio-political issues facing the post-Cold War world. Though its multi-disciplinary approach touches upon a number of current topics, the packet's particular focus is on the wide-ranging impact of war and militarism on the planet's growing ecological crises. The lessons have been designed to introduce students to the background information they need to intelligenly analyze today's international news, a...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Citizen Participation; Cooperative Learning; Ecology; Environment; High Schools; International Relations; Nuclear Warfare; Peace; Social Studies; War; World Affairs
|Nuclear Electromagnetic Pulse Simulation By Dipole Antenna Array Techniques - Harry Diamond Labs, Adelphi, MD|
"Time-domain dipole antenna array studies conducted at the Electromagnetic Effects Laboratory of the Harry Diamond Laboratories for application to large scale nuclear electromagnetic pulse (EMP) simulation are described. Analytically and experimentally derived EMP environments for a single-dipole antenna are compared with corresponding data for multiple element broadside and collinear dipole antenna arrays...
Keywords: Antennas; Dipole Antennas; EMP; Electromagnetic Pulses; Nuclear Weapons; QRN; Electromagnetic and acoustic countermeasures; Nuclear warfare; Cold War
|ERIC ED358026: Peace Education, Activism, and the Role of the Psychology Professor. - ERIC|
This paper discusses the experiences of teaching a college course entitled "Psychology in the Nuclear Age" and highlights how research, clinical work, and activism influence the professional role of the teacher. The paper sought to raise a number of questions, including: What is meant by peace education? Should teachers remain objective or do they have an educational as well as moral responsibility to state their personal positions in the classroom? Is teaching a course on peace or nuclear issue...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Activism; College Faculty; Course Content; Higher Education; Nuclear Warfare; Peace; Psychology; Teacher Influence; Teacher Role; Teaching Experience
|ERIC ED305274: The Psychological Impact of an Educational Unit about Conflict and Nuclear War on Adolescents. - ERIC|
The purpose of this study was to clarify the psychological impact of nuclear issues education on preadolescents in order to obtain data that might be useful in developing public policy concerning the role of nuclear issues education. Teachers presented "Choices," an educational unit on nuclear war and conflict, to sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students, and the effects of the unit on both teachers and students were evaluated with pre- and post-tests...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Conflict; Fear; Grade 6; Grade 7; Grade 8; Intermediate Grades; Junior High Schools; Nuclear Warfare; Peace; Preadolescents; Pretests Posttests; Research Projects; Social Studies; Units of Study
|ERIC ED347102: Values and the Salience of the Nuclear Threat: Social and Developmental Implications. - ERIC|
This study was designed to identify developmental differences in the value priorities for individuals who spontaneously expressed a concern about nuclear war and those who did not. The Rokeach Value Survey and the Spontaneous Concern About the Nuclear Threat Scale were administered to a sample of over 5,000 adolescents and over 900 adult community members in the rural inland northwest. About one in four of the adolescents and older adults expressed concern about nuclear war...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adolescents; Adults; Age Differences; Attitude Measures; Developmental Psychology; Developmental Stages; Nuclear Warfare; Peace; Social Science Research; Values; World Affairs; World Problems
|ERIC ED314342: Spontaneous Concern about Nuclear War: Value Priority Differences in Adolescents. - ERIC|
The devastation of a nuclear confrontation between the superpowers would clearly change the world in catastrophic ways. The purpose of this study was to identify differences in the value priorities for individuals who spontaneously expressed a concern about nuclear war and those who did not. A written questionnaire was administered to a sample of 5,128 adolescents from grades 6 through 12 in the rural inland Northwest...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adolescents; Attitude Measures; Beliefs; Comparative Analysis; Elementary Secondary Education; Nuclear Warfare; Peace; Personality Measures; Questionnaires; Social Cognition; Student Attitudes; Values; World Problems
|ERIC ED351281: Stop and Think! Dialogue, Critical Thinking Skills and Creative Conflict Resolution in Peace Education. Peace Education Miniprints No. 5. - ERIC|
An interview on peace education with Tom Roderick (interviewer: Ate Bjerstedt) of Educators for Social Responsibility is presented in this document. Educators for Social Responsibility is a national teachers' organization in the United States that offers programs and curricula that are intended to help young people become engaged in the world. The interview discussed Tom Roderick's background, the activities of Educators for Social Responsibility, and his thoughts on a number of areas that conce...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Conflict Resolution; Educational Philosophy; Elementary Secondary Education; International Education; Nuclear Warfare; Peace; Role of Education; Social Change; Teacher Associations; Teaching Experience; World Affairs
|ERIC ED322464: Student Concern and Potential Action Regarding Nuclear Threat. - ERIC|
Throughout their history, Americans have believed that citizens' fulfillment of their individual duties in a participatory democracy is at least partly met through the forming of groups around important societal issues. Given the complex nature of political socialization, this study investigated identifiable determinants of social action that might be used to advantage in educating young people for citizenship in a democracy...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Citizen Participation; College Students; High School Students; High Schools; Higher Education; Junior High School Students; Junior High Schools; Nuclear Warfare; Political Attitudes; Predictor Variables
|ERIC ED370866: On the Creative Principles, Message and Thematic Content of a Peace Museum. Peace Education Miniprints No. 49. - ERIC|
The struggle for peace is a story filled with action, drama, and heroism that should be presented in a peace museum based on a careful selection of themes and the events, individuals, and movements within each theme. An outline provides 18 possible major themes to be addressed in the content of a peace museum in order to present a comprehensive picture of the history and evolution of peace: (1) the unity and fragility of the globe; (2) the experience of Hiroshima and Nagasaki; (3) the anti-nucle...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Creative Expression; Educational Facilities; Exhibits; Foreign Countries; Global Approach; International Cooperation; International Relations; Museums; Nuclear Warfare; Peace; Thematic Approach; War
|ERIC ED351255: Enemy Images, Developmental Psychology, And Peace Education. Peace Education Miniprints No. 29. Petra Hesse and the Project "Preparedness for Peace." - ERIC|
An interview on peace education with Petra Hesse, of the Center for Psychological Studies in the Nuclear Age (Cambridge, Massachusetts), is presented. The Center for Psychological Studies in the Nuclear Age was founded out of a concern about children's fears of the future and the risks of nuclear war. Petra Hesse coordinates a research project on children's and adolescents' images of the enemy and is interested in an integration of education for media literacy for multicultural awareness and for...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Child Development; Child Psychology; Developmental Psychology; Educational Change; Elementary Secondary Education; International Education; International Studies; Nuclear Warfare; Peace; Teaching Methods; War
|ERIC ED300756: Parental Anti-Nuclear Activism and Children's Response to the Nuclear Threat. - ERIC|
Since the onset of the nuclear age in 1945, the world has lived with the constant threat of nuclear war and its devastating consequences for all of humanity. While such a threat has led some to "psychic numbing" it has led others to action. Research on how children were being affected by the threat of nuclear war began in the early 1960s. This study explored the impact of parental anti-nuclear activism on children and adolescents with respect to psychic numbing using a post-test only equivalent ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Activism; Adolescents; Children; Dissent; Family Influence; Family Relationship; Family (Sociological Unit); Nuclear Warfare; Parent Attitudes; Parent Child Relationship; Political Attitudes; Social Action
|ERIC ED312178: Value Priority Differences across Levels of Nuclear Threat Concern. - ERIC|
Nuclear confrontation between the superpowers would clearly change the world in catastrophic ways. The purpose of this study was to identify differences in the value priorities of individuals who spontaneously expressed a concern about nuclear war and those who did not. A written questionnaire was administered to adolescents (N=5,435) from grades 6 through 12 in the rural inland northwest. This questionnaire included the Rokeach Value Survey (RVS) and the Spontaneous Concern about the Nuclear Th...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adolescents; Anxiety; Attitude Measures; High Schools; Intermediate Grades; Junior High Schools; Nuclear Warfare; Opinions; Statistical Analysis; Student Attitudes; Values
|ERIC ED368639: Peace Education Approaches among Younger and Older Students in Schools. Peace Education Reports. No. 8. - ERIC|
This report used data from an interview study with international experts to examine the extent that peace education is relevant at various ages and to look at how the age of pupils affect the design of a pedagogy for peace. The two parts of the report provided replies from 50 experts representing 22 countries. Part 1 attempts to summarize major aspects of the relationship of age level to education for peace...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adolescents; Age Differences; Children; Elementary Secondary Education; Foreign Countries; Global Approach; International Education; Nuclear Warfare; Peace; Preschool Education; Teaching Methods
|ERIC ED375441: Broadcast Preparations for and Consequences of "The Day After." - ERIC|
The public's reaction to the television film "The Day After" demonstrates that when television responsibly and sensitively presents a controversial yet thought-provoking issue, an educational and enlightening experience can result. The film was developed and produced by ABC Motion Pictures to inspire debate and discussion about the effects of nuclear war. A tremendous public debate was generated even before the film was aired in 1983...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Children; Discussion; Elementary Secondary Education; Emotional Response; Mass Media Effects; Mass Media Role; Nuclear Warfare; Television Research; Television Surveys; Television Viewing
|ERIC ED316775: A Survey of Students' Levels of Concern and Knowledge about Nuclear War. - ERIC|
There has been considerable conjecture about the psychological effects of the threat of nuclear war. This study examined political, psychological, and educational variables based on previous clinical impressions; survey research and interview observations that might help explain students' levels of concern; and objective knowledge about nuclear war. Three developmental groups (early adolescents, late adolescents, young college students) were included...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; College Students; High School Seniors; Higher Education; Junior High School Students; Knowledge Level; Nuclear Warfare; Secondary Education; Student Attitudes
|ERIC ED351254: Education for Peace. Peace Education Miniprints No. 28. - ERIC|
Education for peace is a process that must begin in the childhood of students and continue for the rest of their lives. Education for peace also is concerned with addressing the conditions that nurture violence and war and with seeking ways to change those conditions. Among the major themes of current peace education efforts are the aftermath of the Cold War, including the still existing threat of nuclear war; the North-South issue, including the southern hemisphere's deepening impoverishment; t...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Conflict Resolution; Educational Objectives; Elementary Secondary Education; Foreign Countries; Individual Development; International Education; Nuclear Warfare; Peace; Skill Development; Social Change; Student Educational Objectives; War; World Affairs
|United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 38 No. 6, 22 September 1961 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 38 No. 6, 22 September 1961MEDICAL DIGESTSManagement of Radiation Exposure Patients by CAPT E . R. King MC USN, Chief of Radiology, U.S. Naval Hospital; Director, Department of Nuclear Medicine, U.S. Naval Medical School ... 3Eaton Agent Pneumonia by CAPT J. R. Kingston MC USN, R. M. Chanock MD, LT M.A. Mufson MC USNR, L. P. Hellman MA, W. D. James and H...
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; NAMRU-4; smallpox; vaccination; polio; nuclear warfare; NH St. Albans; Walter F. Mazzone; submarine medicine; Thomas L. Hollis; films; pesticides
|ERIC ED302488: An Inventory Designed To Measure the Impact of the Threat of Nuclear War on Adolescents: Dimensions of Fear, Futurelessness, and Powerlessness. - ERIC|
This document reports on the history of social and behavioral research studies concerning nuclear war since 1945, highlighting those studies that focused on adolescents and their feelings of fear, hopelessness, powerlessness, and denial. A study, designed to assess the reactions of adolescents in grades six to eight to the threat of nuclear war is described in terms of the participants, instrumentation, and results...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adolescents; Attitude Measures; Beliefs; Elementary Education; Fear; Futures (of Society); Grade 6; Grade 7; Grade 8; Junior High Schools; Nuclear Warfare; Questionnaires; Research Projects; Social Science Research
|ERIC ED339669: The Challenge of Peace Education: Do Our Efforts Make a Difference? - ERIC|
The findings of a study that examined the impact of peace studies courses at the college and university level upon students is reported. The study involved 260 undergraduate students at 3 midwestern universities. At the beginning of each course, students filled out a questionnaire; at the end of the course, students were given identical questionnaires to see how their attitudes, beliefs, and levels of activity had changed during the semester...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Controversial Issues (Course Content); Course Content; Current Events; Educational Change; Educational Research; Higher Education; Moral Issues; Nuclear Warfare; Peace; Political Issues; Questionnaires; Social Change; Student Attitudes; World Problems
|ERIC ED351253: Peace/War Issues from a Psychological Perspective: A Selective Bibliography, Nr. 113. - ERIC|
This bibliography lists publications about the psychological aspects of war and peace, and peace education in general. Among the specific themes touched upon are psychological aspects of violent conflict resolution, psychological principles underlying effective responses to war threats, psychological effects of war and peace, and the empowerment of individuals and groups to become more involved in and effective at peace-promoting activities...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Conflict Resolution; Educational Objectives; Elementary Secondary Education; Foreign Countries; Individual Development; Individual Psychology; Nuclear Warfare; Peace; Psychological Patterns; Psychological Studies; Psychology; Skill Development; Social Change; Social Science Research; War; World Affairs
|UNKNOWN WORLD: Expedition to the Center of the Earth|
"UNKNOWN WORLD" is a 1951 US-American science fiction film directed by Terry O. Morse, maybe inspired by Jules Verne's novel "Journey to the Center of the Earth", starring Bruce Kellogg, Marilyn Nash, Jim Bannon and Otto Waldis. The movie is a Cold War allegory about the folly of global nuclear warfare. It concerns a group of altruistic and dedicated scientists who go deep underground by using a special "cyclotram" drilling machine, looking for a safe place to save the human race from a future a...
Keywords: Unknown World; Science Fiction; Science-Fiction-Film; Adventure; Expedition; Center; Earth; Terry O. Morse; Jules Verne; Bruce Kellog; Marilyn Nash; Jim Bannan; Otto Waldis; Carlsbad Caverns; New Mexico; Drilling Machine; Atomic War; Cyclotram; Underground; Nuclear Warfare
|ERIC ED316450: Nuclear Age Education Curriculum. - ERIC|
The primary goal of the Oregon nuclear age education curriculum is to develop in students the knowledge and skills needed to meet the challenges of living in a nuclear age. This curriculum is developed around five general themes, each corresponding to a specific unit. The general goals for the units are: (Unit 1) to increase students' exposure to the world outside themselves, to other cultures, and to the natural and physical world; (Unit 2) to increase students' critical thinking skills and und...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Conflict Resolution; Critical Thinking; Elementary Secondary Education; Global Approach; Interdisciplinary Approach; Modern History; Nuclear Energy; Nuclear Technology; Nuclear Warfare; Peace; State Curriculum Guides; Units of Study; World Problems
|ERIC ED334190: Set. Research Information for Teachers. Number Two 1990. - ERIC|
This set of research materials incorporates information for teachers, principals, students, lecturers, and actively involved parents. Included are leaflets and brief reports designed for private study, staff meetings, inservice courses, or small group discussion. The package contains 15 research studies: "Modified Sports: Kiwi and Aussie" (Velma McClellan, Julie Leibrich, Jennifer Bradshaw, and Jenny Neale); "IQ Tests and Cultural Distance" (James Flynn); "School Climate: Assessing and Improving...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adapted Physical Education; Athletic Equipment; Beginning Teachers; Cost Effectiveness; Critical Viewing; Educational Environment; Educational Resources; Elementary Secondary Education; Equipment Evaluation; Foreign Countries; Intelligence Tests; Mathematical Enrichment; Metacognition; Nuclear Warfare; Reference Materials; Sex Fairness; Teaching (Occupation); Television; Weather
|Air Raids - Nigel B. Cook|
June 1940 official U.K. Government civil defence handbook based on actual evidence for countermeasure effectiveness, with declassified research report updates on civil defence proof-tested countermeasures from chemical and nuclear weapons tests. This 64-pages long June 1940 book, "Air Raids - What You Must Know, What You Must Do", contains a Foreword by Sir John Anderson, Minister of Home Security: "This book is written to help you and your family and friends...
Keywords: Air Raids; conventional; WWII; Blitz; chemical warfare; chemical weapons; biological weapons; biological warfare; nuclear weapons; nuclear warfare; cold war; survival; firefighting; thermal radiation; blast; fallout; radioactivity; fission products; nuclear testing; Hiroshima; Nagasaki
|Arthur Waskow, The Spiritual Roots of Tikun Olam, Q and A - American Jewish University|
Description: Arthur Waskow discusses the Spiritual Roots of Tikun Olam at the Brandeis-Bardin Institute (Brandeis, Simi Valley, Calif.).Call Number: Cass. 1988 2/19 HOB AWEI Fri.Rights: Rights are owned by American Jewish University (formerly University of Judaism and Brandeis-Bardin Institute). Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Judaism; Environmental protection; Berkeley (Calif.); Civil rights; Midrash; Aleinu le-shabbe'aḥ; Charity laws and legislation (Jewish law); Life cycle, Human; Natural sciences; Earth (Planet); Ocean acidification; Plant species; Tikkun olam; Animals--Religious aspects--Judaism; Animal rights--Religious aspects--Judaism; Sabbath (Jewish law); Pogroms; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945); Atomic bomb; Nuclear warfare; Creative ability; Brandeis-Bardin Institute (Brandeis, Simi Valley, Calif.)
|ERIC ED363543: Critical Analysis of a Social and Scientific Moral Dilemma: Fifth Graders and Veterans Respond to "Hiroshima No Pika." - ERIC|
This document presents results of a survey studying the Japanese picture book, "Hiroshima No Pika." The story aptly captures how a family of three find their lives shattered in a matter of seconds when the atomic bomb is dropped on Hiroshima (Japan) in World War II. Issues presented in the story are: (1) immediate survival in the face of a nuclear holocaust; (2) long lasting effects of radiation sickness; and (3) the impact of nuclear war...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Controversial Issues (Course Content); Critical Thinking; Disarmament; Elementary School Students; Foreign Countries; Grade 5; Intermediate Grades; Moral Issues; Nuclear Warfare; Nuclear Weapons; Peace; Picture Books; Social Science Research; Social Studies; Social Values; Student Reaction; Surveys; Veterans; World War II
|Elie Wiesel, Talmudic Characters and Jewish History, 1968 - American Jewish University|
Description: In this recording, Elie Wiesel discusses Talmudic characters and Jewish history at the Brandeis-Bardin Institute (Brandeis, Simi Valley, Calif.).Call Number: Cass. 1968 8/16 Spec. WEI Fri.Rights: Rights are owned by American Jewish University (formerly University of Judaism and Brandeis-Bardin Institute). Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Talmud; Bardin, Shlomo, 1898-; Menahem Mendel, of Kotsk, 1787-1859; Christianity; Sponeck, Hans-Christof, Graf, 1939-; Brandeis Camp Institute (Brandeis, Simi Valley, Calif.); Judaism--Relations--Catholic Church; Judaism--Relations--Christianity; Bible. Old Testament; Los Angeles (Calif.); Lectures and lecturing; Laughter; Isaac (Biblical patriarch); Abraham (Biblical patriarch); Midrash; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945); Jews--Persecutions; Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945; Stalin, Joseph, 1879-1953; Wiesel, Elie, 1928---Biography; Witness bearing (Christianity); Hannover, Nathan Nata, -1683; Jews--Europe, Eastern; Brandeis-Bardin Institute (Brandeis, Simi Valley, Calif.); Semites; Judaism--Relations--Christianity; Guilt and culture--Germany; Israel; Judaism--Study and teaching (Continuing education); Jews--Education; Jewish educators; Atomic bomb; Nuclear warfare
|Dennis Prager, Pacifism: A Moral Question - American Jewish University|
Description: Dennis Prager discusses Pacifism as a moral question and answers questions at the Brandeis-Bardin Institute (Brandeis, Simi Valley, Calif.).Call Number: Cass. 1983 1/15 HOB AWEI Sat. NoonRights: Rights are owned by American Jewish University (formerly University of Judaism and Brandeis-Bardin Institute). Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Pacifism; John Paul II, Pope, 1920-2005; Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990; Disarmament; Unilateral disarmament; Security, International; Armed Forces; Peace; Nuclear disarmament; Baez, Joan; Chomsky, Noam; Jewish marriage customs and rites; Nonviolence; Jewish law--Reform Judaism; Pacifism--Religious aspects--Christianity; Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945--Assassination attempts; Benedict XVI, Pope, 1927- Giovanni Paolo II. English; Grünen (Political party); Israel--Foreign relations--Lebanon; Begin, Menachem, 1913-1992; World War II; Munaẓẓamat al-Taḥrīr al-Filasṭīnīyah; Ten commandments; Nonviolence; Gandhi, Mahatma, 1869-1948; King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968; Nuclear warfare; United Nations; Nazis; Terrorism; Communism; Reagan, Ronald; Carter, Jimmy, 1924-; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Maller, Allen S., 1938-; Good and evil; Cambodia; Orthodox Judaism--Israel; Israel. Tseva haganah le-Yiśraʼel--Religious life; Brandeis-Bardin Institute (Brandeis, Simi Valley, Calif.)